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Can you offer one of these parrots a forever home? We try our hardest to match you, and your family, with the right parrot, which will be based on their needs, and yours, so that you can all have a fantastic life together.
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Ollie - Quaker Parrot (Monk Parakeet) - 090620
|Hi, my name is Ollie, I am a green Quaker Parrot. (Monk Parakeet).
I have not been in Birdline long and they do not know much about my history as I was found. I have been with my safe house for 3 months now and have done really well so far.
I adore head scratches from my safehouse mum. She will give me kisses and I will lean back in for more. I step up well for my safehouse mum but am not so keen on others in the house. I am a 1 to 1 bird and prefer females. I do get protective of my chosen person so ideally; I want someone all to myself. I do not mind others living there but do not want them too close, although I am getting better with this.
I love bath time; I prefer a bird bath tray with warm water. I do need a bit of encouragement so mum plays with the water. I have been learning re-call training in the hall and in the aviary and I\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’m really good at it.
I can be a bit vocal when I am playing with my bell toys, but I am not offensively loud.
I do love my cuddles and time out, not worried if you work if I have lots of toys to keep me busy whilst you are out. Not for long periods though.
I have recently appeared on the Jeremy Vine show for Birdline and mum says I was impeccably behaved. I sat with her patently having strokes and being a good boy.
I can say “good boy” but that is normally when I am shaking my ball and playing.
I am a lovely bird and my safehouse will be sad to see me go as I am such a character, but it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’s only right that I find my forever home and find my special female companion.
Based in Sussex but happy to travel for the right female. Please understand that to start with I need time to settle.